Le Labo was founded by Fabrice Penot and Edouard Roschi in 2006. They debuted with 10 fragrances. The number in the fragrance name indicates the number of notes in its composition and the name of material (Vetiver, Jasmin, Labdanum) refers to the most prominent note in it.

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Aldehyde 44

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Countless classic fragrances include some component of aldehyde, ranging from citrusy to soapy scents, like Dior Miss Dior, Guerlain’s Vol

Baie Rose 26

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For many people, Chicago still evokes the Prohibition era, the decadence of the speakeasies filled with gangsters and pretty ladies,

Fleur D’Oranger 27

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Le Labo Fleur D’Oranger 27. Three years in production, Le Labo’s ode to orange blossom might be the most sublimely

Iris 39

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Iris connoisseurs know that iris can be a diva: silky and elegant one moment and distanced and intellectual the next.

Jasmin 17

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Le Labo Jasmin 17, Maurice Roucel’s unashamedly feminine creation for Le Labo, is guaranteed to make you feel pretty, oh

Lys 41

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A lavish, breathtaking, no-holds-barred big white floral that is drop-dead gorgeous. While the lily gets top billing, two other divas

Rose 31

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Le Labo Rose 31. A rose for men destined to be stolen by women, Rose 31 takes the most feminine